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Gordon Dean Booth,

Gordon Dean Booth,, American lawyer. Bar: Georgia 1964, District of Columbia 1977, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1973.


Booth,, Gordon Dean was born on June 25, 1939 in Columbus, Georgia, United States. Son of Gordon Dean and Lois Mildred (Bray) Booth.


Bachelor, Emory University, Atlanta, 1961. Juris Doctor, Emory University, Atlanta, 1964. Master of Laws, Emory University, Atlanta, 1973.


Worked at Schreeder, Wheeler & Flint, LLP (Atlanta, Georgia) specializing in General Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Real Property, Securities, Banking and Finance, Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy, Corporations and Business Entities, Local Government and Zoning, Aviation, International Business, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Probate and Employment Law. Admitted to the bar, 1963, Georgia.

1973, United States. Supreme Court. 1978, District of Columbia. Assistant Editor, Emory University Law Review, 1963-1964.

Co-Author: with J. Mackay, "Legal Constraints on Employment Testing and Evolving Trends in the Law," Emory Law Journal, 1980. "A Realistic Examination of Rezoning Procedure: The Complementary Requirements of Due Process and Judicial Review," Georgia Law Review 1976. "Guatemala Protocol's Amendments and Other Effects on the Warsaw Convention," International Business Lawyer, 1974.

"Chartered Flights and Scheduled Airlines," The Transportation Law Journal, 1972. Member: The Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Atlanta, American and International Bar Associations.

State Bar of Georgia. Lawyers Club of Atlanta. The Advocates Club, Ltd.

Schreeder, Wheeler & Flint provides aggressive representation of its clients in litigation and business transactions, particularly in the areas of corporate and securities law, commercial real estate, finance, aviation law, zoning and land use, reorganization in bankruptcy, employment discrimination, products liability, trade practices disputes, taxation and contractor liability issues. The firm undertakes to achieve cost-effective results by appropriate staffing, use of nonjudicial proceedings such as arbitration and mediation and control of firm overhead expenses. The firm's attorneys have high academic qualifications and extensive experience in their respective areas of practice to enhance creative and practical problem solving.

Schreeder, Wheeler & Flint engages in trials, appeals and transactions throughout the Southeast and other parts of the United States. The firm has attorneys admitted to practice in virtually all Southeastern states and at all levels of the federal court system. The firm's clients range from individual entrepreneurs, to major financial institutions, to multinational and international concerns.


Trustee Metropolitan Atlanta Crime Commission, 1977-1980, chairman, 1979-1980. Member assembly for arts and science Emory College, 1971-1986, chairman, 1983. Member International Bar Association (council section business law 1974-1988, chairman aeronautical law committee 1971-1986), State Bar Georgia, Capital City Club, Piedmont Driving Club, University Club (New York City), Advocates Club, Sigma Chi.


Married Katherine Morris Campbell, June 17, 1961. Children: Mary Katherine McCormick, Abigail Kilgore Curvino, Sarah Elizabeth, Margaret Campbell, Celecia.